Florida Congressional Candidate Robert Weinroth Signs Taxpayer Protection Pledge

Robert Weinroth, a Republican candidate for the Florida 23rd Congressional District, has signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge.

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Robert Weinroth Signs the Taxpayer Protection Pledge

Boca Raton, FL– Robert Weinroth, a Republican candidate for the Florida 23rd Congressional District, has signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge.

The people of Broward and Palm Beach Counties work hard for their paychecks to support their families and loved ones, and they deserve to keep more of it,” said Weinroth. “Too much of our hard-earned money is wasted by the D.C. elites, and I’m ready to fight back.”

Weinroth then touted his record of cutting taxes as Mayor of Palm Beach County. “Congress needs to live within their budget, just like families and small businesses have to do every day. I’ve proven that I can find savings to lower taxes locally, and I’m confident I can do the same in Washington.”

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About Robert Weinroth:

Robert Weinroth is a more than 30-year resident of South Florida where he has served as an executive and general counsel in the insurance, finance, and healthcare industries. Robert is also the former Mayor of Palm Beach County and served on the Boca Raton City Council. Robert and his wife, Pamela, live in Boca Raton. Robert is a Republican running for the Florida 23rd Congressional District, currently held by Democrat Jared Moskowitz. To learn more, please visit www.RobertForCongress.com

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PAID FOR BY ROBERT S. WEINROTH FOR CONGRESS, INC


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